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Ed draws on more than 30 years of paralegal experience, much of it in toxic tort and asbestos litigation.

As a history major in his undergraduate years, Ed was first drawn to the legal field by his love of research and documentation. He has worked extensively with document and asbestos information libraries, handling medical treatises, technical articles, product information and other discovery material, and he also has experience developing calendaring procedures and other internal systems, as well as creating client databases.

At Husch Blackwell, Ed manages the litigation calendar and court deadlines for toxic tort and asbestos matters throughout various jurisdictions in Pennsylvania. He oversees an intensely busy docket and also assists national coordinating counsel teams for major clients.

Ed has built a reputation for continually seeking to improve systems and outcomes, and he has often been known at firms as the team member who knows just about everything—and if he doesn’t know it, he knows where to look.




  • Paralegal Certificate, Pennsylvania State University
  • B.A., Pennsylvania State University

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  • Maintained client databases and prepared reports.
  • Established and maintained practice group's in-house database, medical/technical library and files.
  • Drafted Medicare Information Forms.
  • Coordinated attorney deposition coverage across multiple states.
  • Maintained asbestos library involving the acquisition of medical treatises, technical articles, co-defendants' product information and other discovery materials.
  • Maintained and organized files, drafted discovery requests, summarized medical records and assisted attorneys with other aspects of trial preparation.
Outside the Office

Ed spends much of his free time walking, playing with and enjoying the company of his three dogs, a black Lab, a Husky mix and a Belgian Malinois. He is also a gardener who has a plot in a community garden where he is working to grow a variety of vegetables.

Ed has a special interest in magic: while not a magician himself, he loves watching magicians, attempting to figure out their tricks and reading as much as he can about the subject.

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